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On the series, the character is described to be a former boxer with a mysterious past who now runs a gym for underprivileged youths. He will play a pivotal role in Laurel Lance’s (Katie Cassidy) story arc.
After being exposed to energy released by the S.T.A.A.R. Labs meltdown, Bette gains the ability to turn any object she touches into an explosive device. On the run from forces in the U.S. government trying to turn her into a human weapon, »
- Shelli Weinstein
So who is Wildcat ?
"...actor J.R. Ramirez will play 'Ted (Wildcat) Grant. In the comics Wildcat was a member of the 'Justice Society of America', mentoring and training 'Black Canary'.
"In 'Arrow', Wildcat will be a former boxer who now runs a gym for underprivileged youth. A man with a mysterious past, he will play a pivotal role in the life of 'Laurel Lance' (Katie Cassidy), aka 'Black Canary'..."
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- Michael Stevens
During the big Warner Bros. / DC Television panel at the San Diego Comic-Con, it was revealed that Ted Grant – a.k.a. Wildcat – is set to appear in the upcoming third season of Arrow, and now Deadline has revealed that J.R. Ramirez (Power) has signed on to portray the character in The CW show.
Arrow’s incarnation of Grant is described as “a former boxer who now runs a gym for underprivileged youth. A man with a mysterious past, he will play a pivotal role in Laurel Lance’s arc this season”, so expect him to train Laurel on her path to becoming the Black Canary.
The third season of Arrow is set to get underway on Wednesday, October 8th, with Brandon Routh (The Atom), Devon Aoki (Katana), Karl Yune (Maseo Yamashiro) and Peter Stormare (Count Vertigo) set to the returning Stephen Amell (Oliver Queen), David Ramsey (John Diggle), Emily Bett Rickards »
- Gary Collinson
Over the weekend, Arrow producers revealed that another hero will be emerging in Season 3, with the addition of Ted Grant, a.k.a. Wildcat, although the producers didn't announce who will play the character. Today, Deadline reveals that J.R. Ramirez has signed on to portray Wildcat.
Wildcat, who was created by Bill Finger and Irwin Hasen, first appeared in Sensation Comics #1 in 1942, a former boxer who doesn't have any superpowers, but uses his advanced fighting skills. There was a point in the comics where he was given the ability to return from the dead nine times.
In Arrow, Ted Grant runs a Starling City gym where he helps underprivileged children, who is hiding a mysterious past. He will have a pivotal impact on Laurel Lance (Katie Cassidy) and her story line this season. The role is being envisioned as "potentially recurring," but it isn't known how many episodes he is currently slated for, »
The “mystery” man about to enter Laurel Lance’s life has been unmasked.
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The CW’s Arrow has cast Emily Owens alum J.R. Ramirez as the DC Comics character Ted “Wildcat” Grant, who in his TV incarnation is an ex-boxer who runs a gym for underprivileged youth in Starling City, our sister site Deadline reports.
Per DC Comics lore, Ted, as a member of the Justice Society of America, trained assorted crimefighters — including Black Canary. And as Ep Marc Guggenheim recently told TVLine, in talking up Katie Cassidy’s Season 3 story arc, »
Deadline reports that J.R. Ramirez has joined the cast of season three of Arrow as Ted "Wildcat" Grant. It was initially revealed at this weekend's San Diego Comic-Con that the character would join the series, but there was no mention of who would be playing him. It's said that the role of Wildcat will be a recurring one. In the comics, he was a member of the Justice Society of America and served as both a mentor and trainer to the Black Canary. The description for this version states that, "In Arrow, Grant will be a former boxer who now runs a gym for underprivileged youth. A man with a mysterious past, he will play a pivotal role in Laurel Lance’s arc this season." It sounds an awful lot like we'll see him training Laurel then (played by Katie Cassidy), so her becoming Black Canary could happen sooner than expected. »
The CW released the first Arrow season 3 trailer on Friday. On Saturday, Stephen Amell announced that Ra's al Ghul will be the big bad in season 3, so The CW has released a new extended trailer that adds about 30 seconds of Ra's al Ghul footage at the end of the clip. Ra's al Ghul was referenced several times in season 2, so fans guessed this was coming. His presence in this footage is represented by camera pans across a faceless costume and ominous voice-over, so it will be interesting to see who the Arrow team casts as the immortal villain. Starring Stephen Amell, Katie Cassidy, David Ramsey, Willa Wolland and Caity Lotz along with new cast members Peter Stormare, Devon Aoki and Brandon Routh, Arrow season 3 returns October 8. Check out the first look at Ra's al Ghul after the jump. Some background on Ra's al Ghul from the comics: Ra's al Ghul »
- Brendan Bettinger
During last night's DC Night of Entertainment panel at Comic-Con 2014, Warner Bros. Television and DC Entertainment presented new animated logos for the companies that will be attached to upcoming shows Gotham, The Flash, Constantine and the new season of Arrow, which incorporates different elements of the show into each distinct logo. Check out the logos below along with more information for each show.
Before there was Batman, there was Gotham. The origin story of some of DC Comics greatest Super-Villains and vigilantes, this one hour drama follows Detective Jim Gordon's rise to power in a dangerously corrupt city that would spawn iconic characters such as The Penguin, Catwoman, The Riddler and a young Bruce Wayne. Airing Mondays at 8/7c this fall on Fox, Gotham stars Ben McKenzie, Southland), Donal Logue (Vikings), Sean Pertwee (Elementary), Robin Lord Taylor (The Walking Dead, Erin Richards (Being Human), David Mazouz (Touch), Camren Bicondova, »
Arrow fans were in for a special treat when series star Stephen Amell pressed play on the previously released preview trailer from the action-packed series' upcoming third season, featuring footage of Colton Haynes in the Arsenal costume, Brandon Routh as Ray Palmer and Karl Yune as Maseo. But Amell also had a Saturday night surprise up his sleeve - a new ending to the trailer which revealed that a nightmare is coming: Ra's al Ghul! Arrow returns Wednesday, October 8, at 8/7c on The CW. Take a look at the extended trailer below, then read on for more information from executive producers Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg.
The trailer debuted during Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment's massive three-hour panel, which was hosted by Stephen Amell. After the panel, executive producer Marc Guggenheim revealed that Ra's al Ghul's introduction had been in the works for quite some time.
"It really happened »
After much fan speculation about Arrow‘s “Big Bad” for season three, it’s finally been made official: the Demon’s Head himself, Ra’s al Ghul, is making his way to Starling City.
The news was announced at San Diego Comic-Con during the Warner Bros./DC TV panel in Hall H late Saturday night. The announcement was followed by some comments from executive producer Marc Guggenheim, who stated that the seeds for Ra’s’ arrival had been planted very early on:
“It really happened very organically in the sense that we had this notion that in episode 16 we were going to reveal that Malcolm Merlyn was trained by the League of Assassins and that’s because that’s because of the comic book. We were like, you know what we’re going to do? We’re going to get away with a little reference about a guy in Nanda Parbat who changed his life. »
- James Garcia
For those unfamiliar, Ted Grant is a championship boxer in DC Comics, who became entangled in the criminal underworld and developed the costumed identity Wildcat to clear his name. Created by Batman creator Bill Finger and artist Irwin Hasen in 1942, Wildcat is a seminal member of the Justice Society of America, and trained several members of the Justice League including Black Canary and Batman.
Nothing is known about his part in Arrow, such as when it will take place, how long he’ll be on the show, or who could play him, but executive producer Marc Guggenheim stated that he’ll have “some interaction with Laurel,” meaning he’s probably tasked with training her »
- James Garcia
Panel time! We've watched the "Gotham" and "Flash" pilots and seen hints from "Constantine" and "Arrow," including the reveal that Ra's al Ghul will be the Big Bad on Season 3. Geoff Johns is moderating and... Let's go! 10:05 p.m. The size of this panel is utterly insane. It's basically the full casts of All Four Shows. In rows. On the Hall H stage. 10:07 p.m. Angelica Celaya is the biggest panel surprise. She's the newest "Constantine" star and she started work yesterday. 10:08 p.m. "It's kinda crazy to see the universe represented like this," Johns says. 10:08 p.m. Where did "Gotham" come from and why start with the death of the Waynes, Johns asks. "Origin stories are my favorite part of the mythologies of the DC Universe," Bruno Heller says. He found it natural to start with the beginning of the process and "What is more »
- Daniel Fienberg
San Diego - Today, Stephen Amell sat down at a table of Comic-Con journalists wearing a hat with The Flash logo emblazoned on it. That is to say, the "Arrow" star is feeling pretty cozy about his show's crossover potential in its third season, as "The Flash" kicks off its first this fall. "Consider that for a second, my first Comic-Con was in 2012 and I was here and there was one comic book TV show that was about to be on air and it was us," Amell told HitFix. "There are five DC properties on television this fall. The fact that we are able to talk about crossovers is because -- and, granted, 99% of it is ["Flash" actor] Grant Guston -- we took a character that people really identify with in Barry Allen and boom. Got his own show." Amell mentioned that he'll be showing up in "The Flash" pilot, during a »
- Katie Hasty
Earlier today we brought you the Agent Carter and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. panels from yesterday’s Comic-Con festivities [watch it here], but for any DC fans feeling a little left out we now have the full panel for The CW’s Arrow which features stars Stephen Amell, Paul Blackthorne, John Barrowman, Willa Holland, Colton Haynes and David Ramsey alongside executive producers Andrew Kreisberg, Marc Guggenheim and Greg Berlanti. Take a look below, and if you’re yet to catch the first look trailer for season 3, you can also watch it here…
The third season of Arrow is set to get underway on Wednesday, October 8th, with Brandon Routh (The Atom), Devon Aoki (Katana), Karl Yune (Maseo Yamashiro) and Peter Stormare (Count Vertigo) set to the returning Stephen Amell (Oliver Queen), David Ramsey (John Diggle), Emily Bett Rickards (Felicity Smoak), Willa Holland (Thea Queen), Colton Haynes (Roy Harper), John Barrowman (Malcolm Merlyn), Katie Cassidy »
- Gary Collinson
In addition to picking up Peter Stormare, Devon Aoki and Brandon Routh for its third season, The CW’s Arrow held a panel today at the San Diego Comic-Con where unveiled a trailer for the aforementioned (and apparently action packed) Season 3. To be honest, I’ve never seen an episode but what I’m seeing here looks like it hits its intended target. Arrow stars Stephen Amell, Katie Cassidy, David Ramsey, Willa Wolland and Caity Lotz. It returns on Wednesday, October 8th at 8pm Et/Pt. Hit the jump for the Arrow Season 3 trailer. For more on the show and its spinoff, The Flash, check out our interview with writer/producer Andrew Kreisberg. We’ll also have more on the panel shortly. Here's the official synopsis for Arrow: After a violent shipwreck, billionaire playboy Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) was missing and presumed dead for five years before being discovered »
- Evan Dickson
The Arrow panel has just drawn to a close at Comic-Con, during which a first look trailer for the upcoming third season was screened to those lucky enough to be in attendance. And for those of us who weren’t, The CW has been kind enough to release it online, and we’ve got it for you right here…
“In the aftermath of this victory, Season Three opens with Arrow now a hero to the citizens of Starling. Crime is down, people feel safer, and Captain Lance even calls off the Anti-Vigilante Task Force. Basking in his success, Oliver believes he can finally have a private life and asks Felicity out on a date. But the second Oliver takes his eye off the ball, a deadly villain reappears in Starling, forcing Oliver to realize that he can never be Oliver Queen – not as long as the city needs The Arrow. »
- Gary Collinson
The CW will be presenting their hit series "Arrow" at the San Diego Comic-Con at 5:30 p.m. Pacific Time and you can follow along below! Arrow series stars Stephen Amell, Katie Cassidy, David Ramsey, Emily Bett Rickards, Colton Haynes, Willa Holland, Paul Blackthorne, and John Barrowman -- with executive producers Greg Berlanti ("The Flash"), Marc Guggenheim (Green Lantern), and Andrew Kreisberg ("Fringe") -- will take aim at San Diego with a special video presentation and panel discussion previewing the show's upcoming and highly anticipated third season. »
Arrow fans who are familiar with the DC Comics are in for a treat today, with Entertainment Weekly debuting the first photo of Colton Haynes in his full Arsenal costume. Many fans have been waiting to see when Roy Harper will take on his Arsenal alter-ego, but they won't have to wait for too much longer, since Roy and his new Arsenal attire will be featured in the Season 3 Premiere, airing Wednesday, October 8 at 8 Pm Et on The CW. Roy/Arsenal will be a "fully fledged member of Team Arrow" in Season 3, so get ready for even more arrow-slinging action as Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) teams up with his new partner.
Take a look at the photo below, then read on for more Season 3 details from executive producer Andrew Kreisberg.
What do you make of Arsenal’s look?
The third season of Arrow is set to get underway on Wednesday, October 8th, with Brandon Routh (The Atom), Devon Aoki (Katana), Karl Yune (Maseo Yamashiro) and Peter Stormare (Count Vertigo) set to join series regulars Stephen Amell (Oliver Queen, David Ramsey (John Diggle), Emily Bett Rickards (Felicity Smoak), Willa Holland (Thea Queen), Colton Haynes (Roy Harper), John Barrowman (Malcolm Merlyn), Katie Cassidy (Laurel Lance) and Paul Blackthorne (Quentin Lance).
- Gary Collinson
With just over three months left until Arrow returns for its Season 3 Premiere, the producers have yet to announce which villain Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) will square off against this fall. Executive producer Andrew Kreisberg wouldn't reveal the new enemy's identity, naturally, but he did say that this season's nemesis will be much different than the revenge-driven Slade (Manu Bennett) from Season 2.
The season will be set six or seven months after the Season 2 finale, when crime goes down in Starling City and the police aren't chasing after Oliver's vigilante alter-ego. However, this year's villain will present a new set of challenges for Arrow.
"Slade had a very specific agenda-he was out for revenge and had set up this elaborate five-year plot. What's interesting about the villain in Season 3 is that he doesn't necessarily disagree with [Oliver]. He doesn't have any personal animus towards the Arrow, and he actually in some »
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